Dr. Julie Deshayes co-leads the ocean component of Project Hermès alongside V. Balaji. As a CNRS permanent researcher since 2009, she has been the leader of the NEMO R&D team at LOCEAN from 2015 to 2020 (13 permanent scientists, up to 20 collaborators in total). She is internationally recognized through her work with NEMO, particularly in the preparation of global configurations for CMIP6 (at 1 deg. and 1/4 deg. resolution), and as such was invited to join the scientific board of the UKESM and CLIVAR Ocean Model Development Panel, and to serve as co-PI of EU projects (e.g. FP7 EMBRACE, FEDER CARIBCOAST). In 2019, she has been granted 50M CPU hours from PRACE to explore Uncertainty Quantification with IPSL-CM6A-LR, to complemeent CMIP6 simulations submitted to ESGF.
- Presentation and Evaluation of the IPSL-CM6A-LR Climate Model, JAMES, 2020.
- Representation of the Denmark Strait overflow in a z-coordinate eddying configuration of the NEMO (v3.6) ocean model: Resolution and parameter impacts, GMD, 2020.
- The Role of Tides in Ocean-Ice Shelf Interactions in the Southwestern Weddell Sea, JGR, 2020.
- Water Mass Characteristics and Distribution Adjacent to Larsen C Ice Shelf, Antarctica, JGR, 2020.
- Evaluation of CMIP6 DECK Experiments With CNRM-CM6-1, JAMES, 20219.
- Evaluation of CNRM Earth System Model, CNRM-ESM2-1: Role of Earth System Processes in Present-Day and Future Climate, JAMES, 2019.
- Preindustrial Control Simulations With HadGEM3-GC3.1 for CMIP6, JAMES, 2018.
- Small pelagic fish responses to fine-scale oceanographic conditions: Implications for the endangered African penguin, MEPS, 2017.
- Spatio-temporal characteristics of Agulhas leakage: a model inter-comparison study, Climate Dynamics, 2017.